dispassionateness


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Synonyms for dispassionateness

Synonyms for dispassionateness

objectivity and detachment

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"He sees it steadily and whole, as form a great height, with perfect vision and an angelic dispassionateness, with the sight of one who may look on the sun with open eyes".
This may be variously interpreted as coolness, dispassionateness, reserve, dullness, and possibly grimness or surliness, on the part of the speaker" (O'Connor--Arnold 1973: 48).
At every point we feel the externality of the allegorical method, which, ever since Prudentius in the fourth century, had imposed a third-person, epic dispassionateness on first-hand subjectivities.
1978) (noting that "[t]he law does not require a judge to anesthetize his emotional reflexes," and adding that "'[o]nly death yields complete dispassionateness, for such dispassionateness signifies utter indifference....
The witnesses swore that Marlowe had attacked Frizer without warning, behavior which seems entirely characteristic of him; his one-time roommate Thomas Kyd ascribed to him "rashness in attempting sudden privy injuries to men." "Most of the grounds for suspicion" Kuriyama concludes, "seem baseless on dispassionate examination." Dispassionateness is a key characteristic of Kuriyama's book; her instinct is to take the heat out of everything.